Foundations, Associations & Organizations
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Friendship Foundation Campus
Rose Haven Community Day Shelter
Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice
FIAO Il Centro Community Center
Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC)
Impact Hub Baltimore
826 Valencia Tenderloin Center
Monogram Dinner by Design
LMI Government Consulting
Ambrose Monell/G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation
Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
American Psychological Association
Project Color Corps
City of Hope Rivergrade
Alliance for Sustainable Colorado
American Red Cross Mile High Chapter
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity
Friends For Life
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Nonprofits must embrace the sharing economy to deliver better results for communities.
Mission, knowledge, networking, and sharing underpin the nonprofit ethos. Through strategic partnerships with like-minded institutions, nonprofits can be simultaneously more efficient and deliver better results for constituents. Sharing offices, convening and event space, and community-building resources reduces financial pressures, and expands alliances, networks, and organizational resilience.
Organizations will share data and metrics to solve their pressing operations problems.
Nonprofits must coordinate and harness their data to understand how successful organizations are coping with staff shortages, setting back to work policies, deploying resources, and streamlining operations. Gaining such insights will help leaders allocate capital and real estate toward the right outcomes to achieve financial sustainability and advance goals.
With less need for offices, nonprofit organizations will transform workplaces into flexible centers that prioritize collaboration and community events.
An increase in hybrid work has led organizations to reimagine how they utilize real estate. New models redeploy spaces to act less like a collection of offices and more like flexible centers with purpose-built spaces that activate collaboration, community engagement, and team building.